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KITUO CALLS FOR A NATIONWIDE MORATORIUM ON FORCED EVICTIONS

We are concerned about the reports on forced evictions and demolitions of homes that have occurred in Kariobangi, Ruai and Kisauni rendering over 5,000 families homeless during the COVID-19 pandemic. At a time when the Government of Kenya has urged Kenyans to stay at home to curb the spread of COVID-19, it is ironical that forced evictions and demolitions of homes are then sanctioned by the State at a time of minimal court operations.

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Kituo operations scaled-down

This is to inform you all that all KITUO offices have remained closed from Monday, 16th March 2020. However our staff will work from home and will respond to any emergencies as they arise. You may also access legal advice and information simply by sending an SMS to 0700777333

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Kituo receives favourable judgment on curfew order

Nairobi Const. Pet 120 of 2020 Law Society Of Kenya V Attorney General & 8 Others was a case filed by the LSK challenging the constitutionality of the Public Order (Curfew Order) 2020 for among other being unconstitutional. Kituo Cha Sheria was enjoined as the 4th Interested Party. KITUO took great exception to the police use of unreasonable force by the police.

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